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Blind Willie McTell - Statesboro Blues

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Nine Questions - Tucson Weekly

Alysa Volpe, Tucson born and Sahuarita raised, turns 40 in December and often reflects on how her hometown has changed over the years, admitting she likes this current phase. One of the first wave of Flam Chen performers in 1996, Volpe toured with Tucson's Not Breathing and got to open for their shows in the Northwest after moving there in 1998. In Portland, she got a fine arts degree and returned to her hometown about 10 years ago where she fell in love with our caliche paradise all over again as the art curator at Shot in the Dark and then an organizer for the All Souls' personal altar and a short stint with a mortgage company. Now, besides her duties as mom to six-year-old Atticus, Volpe teaches yoga, meditation and mindfulness at Miraval Resort and at Tucson Yoga. You can read about her yoga and mom adventures on her blog alysavolpe.blogspot.com .

What was the first concert you attended? My first concert was Stacey Q in 1986. I won tickets to see her via 92 K-Fox. My Dad took me and two of my friends. What a brave and good papa he was.

What are you listening to these days?

There is a lot of stuff that has stayed on permanent rotation since I was a kid: David Bowie, The Smiths, Beastie Boys, The Velvet Underground, Serge Gainsbourg, Miles Davis, but I love Santigold, Blind Willie McTell, Blouse, Tamaryn, Lykke Li, Jolie Holland, Glasser, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Dustin O'Halloran and Cat Power. I like it all, depending on my mood and scenario.

What was the first album you owned?

The first album I owned was Cyndi Lauper's "She's So Unusual." The first one I paid for was INXS' "Kick" but what probably got me super excited was a mixtape my brother Jon made for me when I was 10. It had The Doors on one side and The Cure's "Head on the Door" on the other. It totally crushed my Glitter Teeny Bopper Rainbow World forever.

What artist, genre or musical trend does...

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Blind Willie McTell

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... version version of “Blind Willie McTell” in 1983 – 29 years ago

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Blind Willie McTell: His Life and Music

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  • Nine Questions

    10/23/14 ,via Tucson Weekly

    There is a lot of stuff that has stayed on permanent rotation since I was a kid: David Bowie, The Smiths, Beastie Boys, The Velvet Underground, Serge Gainsbourg, Miles Davis, but I love Santigold, Blind Willie McTell, Blouse, Tamaryn, Lykke Li, Jolie

  • A Look at 2014 Tribute Albums -- Part One

    10/23/14 ,via Huffington Post

    In retrospect, some of his very best 1980s compositions were left off the albums they were intended for and only emerged later -- "Blind Willie McTell" and "Someone's Got a Hold of My Heart" from Infidels; "Series of Dreams" and "Dignity" from Oh Mercy.

  • Duo brings musical joy

    10/19/14 ,via Valdosta Daily Times

    Even her father, Don Powers, runs a festival in her hometown of Thomson called the Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival in honor of the famous blues musician. When asked why she performs, Powers said, “Music gives us hope and saves us from the depths of 

  • Warrior Trail to feature blues guitarist

    10/15/14 ,via Observer-Reporter

    He listened to the recordings of old-time musicians such as Elizabeth Cotton, Blind Willie McTell, Etta Baker and Maybelle Carter. After graduating high school, he headed to New York to study with blues legend the Rev. Gary Davis, who was born blind in

  • Parade to kick off fair week

    10/09/14 ,via Statesboro Herald

    Horseback riders must follow the “Blind Willie” McTell Trail back to the parking lot on Hill and Mulberry streets behind Coastal Countertops. This enables the cleanup crew to be efficient in keeping the city streets clean. The Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair


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  • Multifaceted blues musician Guy Davis to be at Next Stage

    10/25/14 ,via Brattleboro Reformer

    Inspired by old-time blues musicians including Blind Willie McTell, Skip James, Manse Lipscomb, Mississippi John Hurt, Elizabeth Cotton and Buddy Guy, Davis' love of blues is equaled only by his love of acting. Many may remember him as Dr. Josh Hall on the ...

  • Bath bands bringing it back home

    10/16/14 ,via The Bath Chronicle

    Kill It Kid’s vocalist and guitarist, Chris Turpin, continues this unspoken ritual when he fell under the spell of Robert Johnson and Blind Willie McTell. After reading Johnson’s name in an early interview with The White Stripes, the budding guitarist ...

  • Jack White: “You shouldn’t believe events in songs are all real for the songwriter or the singer”

    10/15/14 ,via Uncut

    As well as talking about his teenage self’s “mediocre writing” that inspired the record, and the freedom of being a solo artist, White addresses the nature of myth in songwriting, with specific reference to Blind Willie McTell’s “Three Women ...

  • Duo brings musical joy

    10/19/14 ,via Valdosta Daily Times

    Even her father, Don Powers, runs a festival in her hometown of Thomson called the Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival in honor of the famous blues musician. When asked why she performs, Powers said, “Music gives us hope and saves us from the depths of ...

  • Nine Questions

    10/17/14 ,via Tucson Weekly

    There is a lot of stuff that has stayed on permanent rotation since I was a kid: David Bowie, The Smiths, Beastie Boys, The Velvet Underground, Serge Gainsbourg, Miles Davis, but I love Santigold, Blind Willie McTell, Blouse, Tamaryn, Lykke Li, Jolie ...


Books

  • Hand Me My Travelin' Shoes

    Chicago Review Press. 2009. ISBN: 9781569763377,1569763372. 448 pages.

    Evoking the turbulent past of the subject's time and place, this odyssey to rural Georgia peels back the many layers of Blind Willie McTell's compelling, occasionally shocking, but ultimately uplifting story. Portraying him as one of the most gifted artists of his generation, this account uncovers the secrets of McTell's ancestry, the hardships he suffered--including being blind from birth--and the successes he enjoyed. Traveling throughout the South and beyond, this personal and moving...

  • 1,000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die

    Workman Publishing. 2014. ISBN: 0761149414,9780761149415. 1007 pages.

    A guide to music provides recommendations on one thousand recordings that represent the best in such genres as classical, jazz, rock, pop, blues, country, folk, musicals, hip-hop, and opera, with listening notes, commentary, and anecdotes about performers

  • Studio A

    W. W. Norton & Company. 2014. ISBN: 0393058441,9780393058444. 336 pages.

    A collection of articles, poems, essays, speeches, literary criticisms, and interviews about the 1960s musician and lyricist examines his legacy and role in the traditions of folk, rock, and blues, in a volume that includes contributions by such figures as Sam Shepard, Bruce Springsteen, and Johnny Cash. 15,000 first printing.


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Blind Willie McTell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Blind Willie McTell (born William Samuel McTier ; May 5, 1898 – August 19, 1959) was a Piedmont and ragtime blues singer and guitarist. He played with a fluid ...

Blind Willie McTell – Free listening, videos, concerts ...

Blind Willie McTell (born William Samuel McTier; May 5, 1898 – August 19, 1959) was a Piedmont and ragtime blues singer and guitarist. He played with a fluid ...

Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival

Festival Advice. The 21st Annual Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival will be held Sat., May 10, 2014.

Blind Willie McTell (song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Blind Willie McTell" is a song by Bob Dylan, titled after the blues singer Blind Willie McTell. It was recorded in 1983 but left off Dylan's album Infidels and ...

"Blind Willie" McTell (1898-1959) | New Georgia Encyclopedia

"Blind Willie" McTell was one of the great blues musicians of the 1920s and 1930s. Displaying an extraordinary range on the twelve-string guitar, this Atlanta -based ...


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